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Policies for Jobs and Training: Community Development and Local Economic Development

  • Marjorie Mayo
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c the scope and importance of policies for jobs and training in relation to community development strategies within the mixed economy of welfare. How have these debates developed over time and in different contexts? And what are the major implications for community organisations, women and black and ethnic-minority groups who are concerned to improve their opportunities for jobs and training within the framework of the mixed economy of welfare?

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